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Description: Tyringham Hall
Date Listed: 3 March 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 351116
OS Grid Reference: SP8557246909
OS Grid Coordinates: 485572, 246909
Latitude/Longitude: 52.1139, -0.7518
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Please could you give me some information on this Matter.
I was told by my Late Mother that during the last War,
that she was evacuated to a large Mansion in the Country,
and on my Birth Certificate the place of my
Birth Place was listed as Tyringham-cum-Filgrave.
This was July 1944.
As we was looking in this area for a large place, I assumed that this could be the
Mansion that she was always talking about.
Was this the actual used during the War for this purpose.
Thank You if you could help.
brenda, 20 March 2012
It was interesting to read Brenda Wright's article, as I was to born in Tyringham Hall in the last war. My date of birth was 5th February, 1945.
Some years ago I did go to the grounds of the Hall, it was all very impressive but in a run down state.
Reading up on the Hall I now understand that a lot of work has been carried out since my visit.
Would love to go back one of these days.
Margaret Phillips, 6 January 2013
I too was born in Tyringham Hall in March 1945. My mother told me that the Hall was requisitioned as the East End maternity hospital for the duration of the 2nd world war, so "born in a mansion" really did apply to us born there!
Anne Webb, 24 April 2014
I found previous comments very interesting. I too was born here on 19th Sept 1943
I had reason to check this out on Google Earth and saw that Tyringham Hall has been refurbished and must be either a private or commercial premises.
How things change !!!!
Paul Humphreys, 2 January 2017